The EAUMF is named for a well-known educator and international public servant from Elmina who served Africa during his professional life and died in October 1999. His professional career spanned over 4 decades. He was a pillar in the field of Adult Education and Literacy. He was also involved in public health education and was a renowned university administrator. The Foundation is established to provide opportunities in higher education for youth from Elmina and the surrounding district. It also exists to promote primary care and public health initiatives in the KEEA district through international exchanges. The EAUMF also operates the Elmina - Java Museum, dedicated to archiving Elmina’s history for posterity.
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